It’s been a few years since we first wrote about Wanås (pronounced va-noos) Hotel, an 18th-century Swedish farmhouse-turned-boutique hotel by architect Kristina Wachtmeister, but we’re still obsessing over this perfect pink bathroom she designed. It features vintage dusty-rose tiles, bespoke furniture by Christian Halleröd, and fixtures from Swedish brand Ifö.

Below, we show you how to replicate the look (without having to commission custom furniture).

Photograph by Magnus Mårdinger, courtesy of Wanås Hotel.

Above: The bathroom is finished with vintage pink square tiles, Ifö bath fixtures, and slate flooring.

Steal This Look

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Above: Stockholm-based Massproductions makes the porcelain A01 Wall Hooks, which come in white, off-white, and gray; $51 at A+R. (See 10 Easy Pieces: Modern Robe Hooks.)
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Above: Waterworks’ Collette Freestanding Oval Bathtub is a near perfect match; $12,558.
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Above: American Universal Corp. says it’s the largest importer and distributor of fine Japanese porcelain tile in the United States. These Brittany 4×4 tiles, in the BR-94 shade, on their site have a similar retro look.
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Above: For a similar look, try a wooden clothes drying rack (we’re partial to deVol’s Clothes Horse) if you have the space. For a more compact bathroom, we like this Folding Towel Holder by Czech furniture company Matela; kč 2,200.
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Above: Skagerak’s Georg Side Table is $249 at Danish Design Store.
The Mia Modern Ceramic Planter by One and Many is $85.
Above: The Mia Modern Ceramic Planter by One and Many is $85.
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Above: Serena & Lily’s Turkish cotton Spa Robe has waffle weave on the outside and terry on the inside; currently on sale for $80.

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